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Eight teens a day are killed in car crashes. Parents are the key to keeping kids safe on the road. Talk with your teen about safe driving. Then take t...(more)
A quick sheet about drugs for teens from Above the Influence.
This sheet gives facts about substance abuse in america.
This fact sheet was produced by the Drug Policy Alliance to tell about ritalin including signs of use, risks, and slang.
This factsheet gives parents some up to date facts on alcohol and drugs.
Fact sheet about medicines and tips for better sleep.
This factsheet gives some myths and facts about drinking and the Holidays.
You may think heart disease only affects men. This is not true. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women. FDA has tips to help you make g...(more)
Fact sheet with simple steps to promote food safety at home.
Gives first responders a list of indicators associated with alcohol addiction, drug addiction, and other physical and mental disorders. Lists physical...(more)
Examines the research that supports the principles of recovery and systems of care elements as defined by the National Summit on Recovery, and reviews...(more)
El Alcohol Puede Danar La Habilidad De Su Bebe Para Aprender Y Para Comportarse (Alcohol Can Harm the Way Your Baby Learns and Behaves)
Alerts pregnant women to the dangers of drinking alcohol while pregnant. Mentions children who have problems learning and paying attention because of ...(more)
This facts sheet helps kids who have parents or family members that are alcoholics.
Offers facts about marijuana, including how people use it, its effects on the brain and overall health, and treatment options.
Provides straightforward answers to frequently asked questions about drug use and abuse. Describes many commonly used drugs and their effects, includi...(more)
This fact sheet gives information about eating disorders, including symptoms and forms of treatment.
Women over age 20 should have their cholesterol checked by their doctor and women over the age of 55 tend to have higher cholesterol levels than men. ...(more)
Depression and High School Students: Answers to students’ frequently asked questions about depression
This brochure provides answers to students frequently asked questions about depression including what it is, how it is treated, and how to help a frie...(more)
Asthma is a disease of the lung airways. The airways get swollen and inflamed. They react easily to certain things, like viruses, smoke, or pollen. Wh...(more)
Equips media with practical recommendations for covering suicide in ways that can change public perceptions and correct myths. Offers tips to avoid mi...(more)
Discusses the relationship between violence and drug use.
This tear pad covers the toxic chemicals that are in cigarette smoke and that are also found in other scary substances. Back of tear pad discusses co...(more)
Drinking alcohol affects women differently than it does men and carries greater risks for those women who drink heavily. This fact sheet describes tho...(more)
Home Connection sheets enable educators to inform parents/guardians and enlist their support by providing a framework for family dialogue about preven...(more)
This flyer gives information on identifying a meth lab in your neighborhood.
this sheet gives some of the reasons that teens are abusing prescription drugs.
Incidents of name-calling and bullying can be complicated. Whenever you are a bystander and feel you want to do something to help, consider these gu...(more)